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We'd like to congratulate ShrinkWrap programmer Chad Magendanz <chad@halcyon.com> and his wife Galen on the ahead-of-schedule release of their first non-software product - Quinn Pierce Magendanz. Rumor has it that Chad has already purchased a copy of My First C Compiler (see TidBITS-321), so the mononymous Quinn of Internet Config fame may soon have company in the Macintosh programming pantheon. [ACE]

 

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